Buy Cimaterol powder (54239-37-1) hplc≥98% – β-Agonist Wisepowder
Name Cimaterol powder
Chemical name Benzonitrile, 2-amino-5-(1-hydroxy-2-((1-methylethyl)amino)ethyl)-, (+-)-
Molecular Formula C12H17N3O
Molecular Weight 219.288 g/mol
Melting Point 162-164 °C
InChI Key BUXRLJCGHZZYNE-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Appearance White to Off-White powder
Half Life Unknown
Solubility Soluble in ethanol or DMSO
Storage Condition 0 – 4 C for short term (days to weeks), or -20 C for long term (months).
Application Cimaterol is used in sport as a stimulant and a fat burner that assists bodybuilders and strength athletes to get rid of body fats.
Testing Document Available
03 Cimaterol powder (54239-37-1) General Description
Cimaterol powder is a chemically stable nonselective agonist β1-, β2-, and β3-adrenoceptors. Cimaterol is used in sport as a stimulant and a fat burner that assists bodybuilders and strength athletes to get rid of body fats. Aside from shedding off fats, another benefit for using cimaterol for athletes is a boost in strength as well as an increase in muscle size or lean body mass. The increase in muscle size has been seen in previous animal studies when cimaterol is used. However, the reason behind the muscle gain is not identified yet, but the body has a very different response compared from taking in anabolic steroids. Experts in the field are saying that the increased nitrogen retention, that is known to cause by cimaterol, maybe the reason behind the muscle gain. Another great thing about Cimaterol is that, it can improve blood flow.
04 Cimaterol (54239-37-1) History
Beta-adrenergic agonists, or β-agonists, are non-hormonal growth promotants that help animals put on muscle instead of fat. The more scientifically accepted name for agents of this class is a repartitioning agent, not a growth promotor. Ractopamine (brand names include Optaflexx and Paylean) and zilpaterol (brand name Zilmax) received FDA approval in 1999 and 2003, respectively. They are also approved in Mexico, South Africa, and Canada. 160 countries restrict the importation of beef which has been raised with β-agonists. Temple Grandin was one of the first to describe the potential problems with the supplement. Cattle may arrive at the plant with a stiff gait, acting like they have both stiff muscles and sore feet. The problem could be muscle fatigue. Zilpateral enhances the growth of “fast-twitch” fibers, a type of muscle fiber that fatigues more easily. On August 16, 2013 Merck and Co., the makers of Zilmax, suspended the sale of the product in the US and Canada. But problems may exist with all β-agonists supplementation, and not just for animals.